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Maybe a fan problem???

I'm not a big car guy and i hate taking it to the shop cause i never know who i can trust but my car is making a clicking sound under the hood..? my oil light is on so i checked my oil and it seems that i have oil but i think something might be loose or something is caught in my fan.. if you know anything about this or have any help please try to help me find a solution!!!

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  • ksfootballst Jan 29, 2009

    how much would that cost to fix?

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What you may be hearing is the timing belt tensioner rattling back and forth because it can't hold it's tension any more. The tensioner will not loosen the belt tension enough to make the belt jump. I changed one on our Trooper and took me 2 hours and I never had to remove the timing belt.

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    Lee Quiroz Jan 30, 2009

    Depending on the shop rates there where you're at, will determine how much you'll spend. For example, my shop rate is $75.00/hour so the job would cost $150.00 labor. I don't remember how much the tensioner was though. Some shops will allow you to buy the part and bring it in for them to install but some won't because they can't upcharge the part. Definitely call around and ask how much their shop rate is and if you can bring in the part. Some "mom and pop" shops like our won't mind if your own part. The Chilton labor guide calls for 2.4 hours for the job. If the shop says it take longer than that, they're after your money. Do some shopping!

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